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great trail. just after the trail crosses the 550m contour the trail is hard to find, might have been easier to follow the 2 sides of a triangle off to the right.

I live in Chiang Mai and I go hiking every week. In the last 2 years that's already almost 10 groups of tourists I've seen having problem there: people completely lost, people deshydrated or tired because not enough water or food, one person with scorpion or snake bite, people blocked because of fallen trees and no machete... When I asked how they have been here, all of them told me they found the route with this app. This is completely irresponsible from this app to share such routes without any detailed warning. Hey this is jungle, this is not a marked footpath like in Europe or USA! There is no marks, no staff in case of emergency, sometime no signal on telephone, no place to get food or refill water. It's quite dangerous because of snakes, flood or fallen trees. I would strongly dissuade people without a big experience of jungle and a good preparation to go there on their own. Use a local guide or ask advice on Trekking Thailand Facebook page.

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4 months ago

Easy trail.

Doi Pui Campground: very nice views, coffeshop, restaurant (not always open!), you can rent tent, sleepingbag, mat there. Water apparently comes “from the mountain”. Hike to Doi Pui summit: nice nature trail with information signs, viewpoint just after the summit (you might be able to camp here) Hike down to Ban Kunsangkeyn: Steep! Be careful! Apart from that, nice pine tree way with good views, at the village you will find multiple coffeshops that serve food as well Last section: starting with a dirt road, you will need GPS here! The dirtroad will lead you to a somehwat open area at about half way down this section of the hike. There you have to turn about 300 degree and follow a small path. Later you will get to a intersection where one way will take you to Wat Suthep and the other to Monthathan waterfall. The last one is quit steep at the beginning, but you will pass 4 waterfalls, and they are all very nice! Tip: download maps.me and import the rout into the map there, it will show you all the other trails that run in the national park as well.

it's not hard in terms of terain but very long. Best non touristy walk around Chiang Mai. Jackob +66819895624

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